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    BIZ: Taming the Dragon: Part II, Two Approaches to China's Film Market

    BIZ: Taming the Dragon: Part II, Two Approaches to China's Film Market

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    INTERVIEW: "Spring" Breaks; Tom Gilroy's Cinema of Pause

    INTERVIEW: "Spring" Breaks; Tom Gilroy's Cinema of Pause

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    DAILY NEWS: National Board Names Top Films; IFILM and FilmTrust

    DAILY NEWS: National Board Names Top Films; IFILM and FilmTrustby Eugene Hernandez and Maud Kersnowski/indieWIRE>> NBR Names "Quills" Top Film of 2000; "Hank Greenberg" Takes Doc Prize and "Crouching Tiger" Wins Foreign Honor(indieWIRE/ 12.7.00) -- Philip Kaufman's "Quills," a story about the Marquis de Sade," won the award for Best Film of 2000 from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. The group announced its top ten yesterday, along with awards in directing, writing, acting and other categories. The Board'sselections are typically an early indicator of other awards season notices, including the annual Academy Awards.Steven Sod...

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    BIZ: Taming the Dragon: Part I, No Longer Crouching or Hidden, China Enters the U.S. Market

    BIZ: Taming the Dragon: Part I, No Longer Crouching or Hidden, China Enters the U.S. Market

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    INTERVIEW: Show Them You're a Tiger! Lee, Schamus and Yeoh Elucidate the "Dragon"

    INTERVIEW: Show Them You're a Tiger! Lee, Schamus and Yeoh Elucidate the "Dragon"

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    REVIEW: Queer as... "Boys Life"

    REVIEW: Queer as. . . "Boys Life"

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    FESTIVALS: Made in Spain; Post-Almodovar? De la Iglesias and Gil Reign

    FESTIVALS: Made in Spain; Post-Almodovar? De la Iglesias and Gil Reign

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    DAILY NEWS: Sundance 2001 Rounds Out Feature Lineup With Premieres, World Cinema and More

    DAILY NEWS: Sundance 2001 Rounds Out Feature Lineup With Premieres, World Cinema and Moreby Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> Sundance Premieres, Lahti Opens Sundance, New Films from DiCillo, Anders and Linklater (indieWIRE/ 12.6.00) -- Actress-turned-director Christine Lahti (AcademyAward winning short "Lieberman in Love") has the privilege of opening the2001 Sundance Film Festival on January 18 in Park City, Utah with her debutfeature "My First Mister," the unlikely love story between a 17-year-oldgirl (Leelee Sobieski) and a dying older man (Albert Brooks). Paramount Classics will release the film next year. The remaining 16 films in thePremiere...

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    DAILY NEWS: Sundance 2001 Reveals Competition and Spectrum Linueps

    DAILY NEWS: Sundance 2001 Reveals Competition and Spectrum Linuepsby Eugene Hernandez and Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> Gilmore Discusses 2001 Festival; Nearly 1,800 Feature Entries Received(indieWIRE/ 12.5.00) -- With little fanfare and much anticipation, theorganizers of the Sundance Film Festival -- the leading U. S. showcase ofindependent and international cinema -- have announced the lineup for their2001 event. Released at midnight were the official lineups for the Dramaticand Documentary Competition as well as the American Spectrum sections(additional feature lineups will be unveiled tomorrow at the same time). Notsurprisingly, Sundance p...

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    FESTIVALS: Mix 2000, Artsy, Trashy, Queer, and Here to Stay

    FESTIVALS: Mix 2000, Artsy, Trashy, Queer, and Here to Stay

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